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 Adjunct Catalog Librarian, Swirbul Library, Adelphi University

JOB SUMMARY:
The Adelphi University Libraries is seeking an enthusiastic and detailed-oriented Adjunct Catalog Librarian to assist in the daily operations of the Catalog and Metadata Strategies unit on the Garden City campus (Swirbul Library). The position is available immediately; up to 20 hours a week during the hours of 8:00 am to 6:00 pm Monday through Friday.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

• Engaging in original and complex copy cataloging, cataloging for special collections materials, general catalog maintenance, the application of metadata for our institutional repositories (Esploro by Ex Libris), and general assistance to the Catalog and Metadata Strategies Librarian and the Catalog and Metadata Strategies unit.
• Keeping abreast of emerging trends, innovations and best practices affecting library systems, catalogs and metadata standards.
• The Adjunct Catalog Librarian works closely with the Catalog and Metadata Strategies unit staff and the rest of the staff in Technical Services in a collaborative environment to efficiently prepare and distribute materials for student and faculty success.

QUALIFICATIONS:

• MLS/MLIS from an ALA-accredited library science graduate program is required.
• Recent graduates interested in working in a mentoring environment are encouraged to apply.
• Familiarity with bibliographic and metadata standards, schemas, and tools such as RDA, OCLC Connexion, LC Classification, LCSH, Dublin Core, and MARC21 is required.
• Knowledge of integrated library systems and discovery layers, preferably Ex Libris's Alma and Primo, and institutional repositories, preferably Esploro by Ex Libris is preferred.
• Ability to work effectively and collegially with a diverse population of faculty, students and staff is required.

APPLICATION:

• Applicants should submit a cover letter, curriculum vitae, and three references.
• References names, addresses and phone numbers should be sent to: James Cho, Assistant Professor, at mailto:jcho@adelphi.edu.
• Applications must be submitted on Adelphi's website only.

ABOUT ADELPHI:

Adelphi University, New York, is a highly awarded, nationally ranked, powerfully connected doctoral research and teaching university dedicated to transforming students' lives through small classes with world-class faculty, hands-on learning and innovative ways to support academic and career success. Adelphi offers exceptional liberal arts and sciences programs and professional training, with particular strength in our Core Four—Arts and Humanities, STEM and Social Sciences, the Business and Education Professions, and Health and Wellness. Recognized as a Best College by U.S. News & World Report, Adelphi is Long Island's oldest private coeducational university, serving more than 8,100 students at its beautiful main campus in Garden City, at learning hubs in Manhattan, the Hudson Valley and Suffolk County, and online. The University offers students more than 50 undergraduate majors and 70 graduate programs in the liberal arts, the sciences and professional training. With powerful partnerships throughout the New York area, more than 115,000 graduates across the country, a growing enrollment of students from 41 states and 58 countries, and rising rankings from top publications and organizations, Adelphi is a dynamic community that plays a leadership role on Long Island and in the region.

To apply, visit https://apptrkr.com/1789904

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Digital Services Librarian, South Central Regional Library Council (SCRLC)

South Central Regional Library Council (SCRLC) seeks a Digital Services Librarian to join the SCRLC team. The Digital Services Librarian provides leadership, advice, expertise, training/instruction, and guidance to SCRLC members in the area of digital services including digitization, metadata, and information technology.  The Digital Services Librarian actively participates in regional, state, and national discussions relating to digitization and related areas. The job description, how to apply, and information about Ithaca is copied below—see also here.

Primary Responsibilities

Digitizing and Digitization (80% of time)

    Provides leadership, advice, expertise, training/instruction, and guidance to SCRLC members regarding digitization and metadata issues, remotely and onsite.
    Manages the regional digitization program, including SCRLC’s participation in New York Heritage (NYH) and other Empire State Library Network (ESLN) digital initiatives, e.g., traveling and online exhibits.
    Obtains and manages outside grant funding to enhance SCRLC’s digitization program.
    Represents SCRLC in the New York State and national digital library community.
    Serves as liaison with the Digitization Advisory Committee and any related special interest group (SCRLC or ESLN); participates on outside committees, panels, or task forces as relevant.

Information Services and Technology (15% of time)

    Researches, develops, implements, and promotes information & technology services, programs, and projects to serve members’ needs and expand membership.
    Manages SCRLC’s in-house information technology strategy and initiatives to improve members’ online experiences via scrlc.org; works to improve members’ access to on demand information and resources related to digital services and emerging technologies.
    Manages the contracts and passwords for electronic resources made available to regional libraries through SCRLC’s programs; troubleshoots access and passwords as necessary.
    Manages statistics for all SCRLC-related databases and websites; analyzes and prepares reports.

Other Professional Activities (5%)

    Attends programs, meetings, and events; conducts field visits.
    Presents programs at regional, statewide, or national conferences.
    Represents the Council on at least one School Library System Advisory Council.
    Works with Council assessment initiatives.  

Required Qualifications

    MLS/MLIS degree from an ALA-accredited institution.
    Ability to thrive in a busy, collaborative, collegial multitype library system environment that works closely with all types of libraries, library systems, and cultural organizations.
    Excellent organizational and project management skills, including planning, workflows, and budgeting.
    Ability to initiate and maintain programs and services to meet identified needs.
    Ability to work both independently and in a team-based environment.
    Ability to meet deadlines and work under pressure.
    Excellent communication skills, both oral and written.
    Experience working with and an aptitude for learning new software applications, systems, and metadata standards.
    Working knowledge of legal and copyright issues regarding electronic and digital resources, as relating to consortia, libraries, and cultural organizations.
    Strong service orientation and interest in understanding members’ values and needs.
    Commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion. This includes an understanding of the importance of a diverse workforce in our libraries and cultural organizations, inclusive programs and services, and the inclusion of materials from historically oppressed and marginalized groups in our digital collections.

Preferred Qualifications

    Collaborative library networks/consortia experience.
    Knowledge of metadata standards and vocabularies surrounding digital libraries, cataloging, and resource description, including Dublin Core, Library of Congress authorities, and MARC.
    Experience managing electronic resources (e.g. reporting and negotiation).
    Knowledge of LibGuides, social media, and website development and platforms, e.g. WordPress.
    Experience working with cultural heritage materials, special collections, and/or archives.
    Experience working in at least two types of libraries/systems or cultural organizations.
    Knowledge of digital preservation concepts and activities.

Physical Demands

This position requires a reasonable level of mobility (sitting, standing, bending over, climbing stairs, walking) and the ability to communicate (see, hear, listen, speak) along with extensive computer use. The digital services librarian must occasionally lift and /or move up to 25 pounds. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable otherwise qualified individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions.

Salary and Benefits

This is an exempt, full-time position. The salary range is $50,000-$55,000, commensurate with experience. SCRLC’s full-time work week is 37.5 hours per week, expecting to shift to 35 hours per week after July (no reduction in salaries or benefits). We offer a comprehensive benefits package that includes 21 vacation days, 3 personal days, 12 sick days, and 14 holidays—and much job flexibility and possible telecommuting options. 10% of one’s salary is contributed to TIAA retirement; health and dental insurance are also available
SCRLC’s Work Environment

The work environment is a small office located in downtown Ithaca. The Council’s staffing comprises fewer than ten persons and includes degreed librarians, support staff, and occasional interns and temporary employees working on grant projects. Staff members are flexible, respectful, positive, collaborative colleagues who work well together to accomplish the Council’s goals and objectives. The noise level is quiet to moderate.

SCRLC is one of nine multitype Empire State Library Network (ESLN) Councils and serves over 75 members across 10,044 square miles in its 14-county region of Allegany, Broome, Cayuga, Chemung, Chenango, Cortland, Delaware, Otsego, Schuyler, Seneca, Steuben, Tioga, Tompkins, and Yates. Members include academic, hospital, corporate and non-profit libraries, public library systems, and school library systems and their members, and other cultural organizations. Altogether, SCRLC reaches over 500 libraries.  For more information about SCRLC, visit scrlc.org.

About Ithaca and Tompkins County

Ithaca is a diverse, multicultural community located along the shores of Cayuga Lake on the traditional homeland of the Cayuga Nation of the Haudenosaunee people. The area, in the heart of the Finger Lakes region, is renowned for its beautiful gorges, waterfalls, hiking trails, and rolling hills that are home to some of the country’s best vineyards. Authors, artists, musicians, and performers find inspiration from this beautiful and environmentally conscious area. With several colleges and universities within a half-hour’s drive, the region is also home to some of the world’s leading scientists and researchers.

How to Apply

Email a cover letter, resume, and the names of three references to Mary-Carol Lindbloom, Executive Director, South Central Regional Library Council, mclindbloom@scrlc.org.

If you require an accommodation for a disability in order to apply or to participate in the recruiting process, inform the executive director.

Deadline for Application

We will begin reviewing applications on Friday, February 21, 2020 and will continue until the position is filled.

South Central Regional Library Council is committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion in all aspects of our operation from the Board of Trustees and guiding principles to staffing, programs, and services. Having representation and engagement from library workers from diverse and underrepresented groups - including but not limited to race, ethnicity, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, age, ability, religion, spiritual traditions, skill sets, and experiences - can effectively position us to address the changing needs of our members and their communities. No one will be denied consideration for or participation in any of our programs, services, committees, special interest groups, or Board of Trustees on the basis of any legally prohibited discrimination involving but not limited to such factors as those mentioned above. We are an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer.

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Part-Time Librarian, Children’s Department, Great Neck Library

We are looking for an energetic, highly motivated part-time librarian who believes in providing excellent customer service to children and parents. The successful candidate must be friendly, hard-working and knowledgeable about children’s literature, digital services and video gaming. Must have a flexible schedule and be able to work well under pressure.

Skills Required:

MLS (Master of Library Science Degree) from an ALA accredited library school or completion of 12 credits towards the degree; Experience working with children (birth – 6th grade) and parents; Ability to provide reference, research and reader’s advisory service to parents and children in a busy 4 location library system;

A hands-on, working knowledge of digital services and library download services on various devices and be comfortable showing and promoting these services; Desire to work as a team and collaborate with co-workers on projects and programs as well as develop and conduct innovative programs for children independently

Schedule:

25 hours/week, includes

Every other Saturday

Sunday’s on a voluntary basis.

Starting Salary:

Part Time: $25.90 per hour

Reply (by 2/14/2020) to:

Great Neck Library
159 Bayview Ave
Great Neck, NY 11023-1938 employment@greatnecklibrary.org

No phone calls please.

The Great Neck Library is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

 Posted 1/28


Support Technician (Full-Time), Westchester Library System

Summary of Duties

Requirements

Compensation

Salary commensurate with experience

To apply: Send cover letter and resumé to it+jobs@wlsmail.org

posted 1/28


Head of Adult Services, Mahwah Public Library

The Mahwah Public Library seeks a creative and enthusiastic professional to lead its dynamic Adult Services Department.  The successful candidate will have a strong interest in collections, programs and services for adults and be passionate about working in a team-based and customer-focused environment.  Come, grow with us! 

Under the general supervision of the Library Director, the Head of Adult Services will manage the daily operation of the Adult Services department in a way that will reinforce the Library’s standing as a leader in the community and profession.  He or she will be a collaborative leader with demonstrated team building and leadership skills.  As a key member of the Library’s management team, the Head of Adult Services will contribute to the planning and implementation of policies and procedures that enhance the Library’s wide-ranging public service initiatives.   The successful candidate will be passionate about great customer service and have an innovative, forward-thinking vision of how public libraries can best serve their communities in the 21st century and a willingness to embrace and facilitate change.  

This is a 35 hr/wk FLSA-exempt position with a competitive starting salary of $65,000-70,000, commensurate with qualifications and experience.  Generous benefits, including medical/dental and paid time off, are included.  Professional growth, including mentoring and participation in regional professional activities, are encouraged.  This is an excellent opportunity for an individual who is looking to take their career to the next level.  

The Mahwah Public Library is among the busiest libraries in Bergen County and growing strong.  The Library undertakes continuous improvement through proactive collection management, programming, outreach, online services and operational efficiency.  Above all, we are dedicated to providing exemplary customer service to our community every day.

Visit the Library’s website at http://www.mahwahlibrary.org/content/work-or-volunteer-library for a complete position description, including duties and requirements. 

Interested parties should send a letter of interest addressing the Library's stated needs, resume, and three (3) professional references to: 

Kurt Hadeler, Director  khadeler@mahwahlibrary.org.  

Preference will be given to applications received by Friday, January 31, 2020. Interested individuals should be aware that the New Jersey First Act requires employees of all public employers to reside in the State of New Jersey unless otherwise exempted under the law.

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Head of Youth Services, Mahwah Public Library

The Mahwah Public Library seeks a creative and enthusiastic professional to lead its dynamic Youth Services Department.  The successful candidate will have a strong interest in collections, programs and services for youth from birth through teens and be passionate about working in a team-based and customer-focused environment.  Come, grow with us! 

Under the general supervision of the Library Director, the Head of Youth Services will manage the daily operation of the Youth Services department in a way that will reinforce the Library’s standing as a leader in the community and profession.  He or she will be a collaborative leader with demonstrated team building and leadership skills.  As a key member of the Library’s management team, the Head of Youth Services will contribute to the planning and implementation of policies and procedures that enhance the Library’s wide-ranging public service initiatives.   The successful candidate will be passionate about great customer service and have an innovative, forward-thinking vision of how public libraries can best serve their communities in the 21st century and a willingness to embrace and facilitate change.  

This is a 35 hr/wk FLSA-exempt position with a competitive starting salary of $65,000-70,000, commensurate with qualifications and experience.  Generous benefits, including medical/dental and paid time off, are included.  Professional growth, including mentoring and participation in regional professional activities, are encouraged.  This is an excellent opportunity for an individual who is looking to take their career to the next level.  

The Mahwah Public Library is among the busiest libraries in Bergen County and growing strong.  The Library undertakes continuous improvement through proactive collection management, programming, outreach, online services and operational efficiency.  Above all, we are dedicated to providing exemplary customer service to our community every day.

Visit the Library’s website at http://www.mahwahlibrary.org/content/work-or-volunteer-library for a complete position description, including duties and requirements. 

Interested parties should send a letter of interest addressing the Library's stated needs, resume, and three (3) professional references to: 

Kurt Hadeler, Director  khadeler@mahwahlibrary.org.  

Preference will be given to applications received by Friday, January 31, 2020. Interested individuals should be aware that the New Jersey First Act requires employees of all public employers to reside in the State of New Jersey unless otherwise exempted under the law.

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Public Engagement & Education Consultant, Mohawk Valley Library System

A full-time professional position that contributes to making the Mohawk Valley Library System and its member libraries models for public engagement, customer service and community outreach.

General Statement of Duties: The MVLS Public Engagement and Education Consultant works with public libraries in Fulton, Montgomery, Schenectady and Schoharie counties and with a variety of social service and community agencies in these counties, contributing toward library public services supporting the following public engagement and outreach goals:

Typical Work Activities (Illustrative Only):

Preferred Qualifications:

Salary: Starting at $56,694 with required education and experience; benefits include health insurance, NYS retirement etc.

The Mohawk Valley Library System is an equal opportunity employer. Reasonable accommodations will be provided for people with disabilities.

Apply by resume to: Eric Trahan, Director, Mohawk Valley Library System, 858 Duanesburg Road, Schenectady, New York 12306. email: etrahan@mvls.info

Deadline for Applications: Friday, February 21, 2020

Posted 1-17-20


FT Children’s Services Librarian, Nyack Public Library

The Nyack Library in Rockland County, NY seeks a highly capable, innovative and dynamic Children’s Librarian for a full time position. This position is for a 35 hour work week, including Saturdays and evenings as required.   The Nyack Library is located in the heart of beautiful downtown Nyack, about 30 minutes north of Manhattan within view of the Hudson River.

Education and Experience

Skills and Abilities

Salary

Please send application and resume to Anne Shaw at ashaw@nyacklibrary.org   Position opened until filled.
Anne Shaw, MBA, SPHR
HR Specialist
The Nyack Library

Posted 1-15-20


Senior Librarian (Reference), New York State Library

Grade 19,  ($ 59,671*)                      
Librarian 1, NS (Equated to SG-15)
The New York State Education Department is seeking candidates for a Senior Librarian (Reference) position with the New York State Library (NYSL) located in Albany, New York.  The NYSL provides reference and instructional services to a diverse public and selects, creates, manages and assesses information or research resources, tools and services.  Under the direction of the Associate Librarian (Reference), the incumbent will serve as the Law Librarian and will be responsible for performing a variety of duties related to the Library’s print, microform and online law collections.  Duties of this position include, but not are limited to, the following:
•    Serve as the Law and Legislative History Specialist;
•    Provide reference and information services in all subjects to a diverse public onsite, by telephone and via e-mail;
•    Provide complex and in-depth research searches for law inquires using print, microform and online legal resources;
•    Develop the Library’s collection in law by identifying and suggesting materials in a variety of formats for purchase;
•    Collaborate with Technical Services and Systems Unit and Circulation Unit staff to resolve problems related to the collection maintenance of law materials, including problems relating to the location and classification;
•    Create and facilitate the use of library online and print instructional materials, tutorials, bibliographies, and subject-related research guides in the area of law and legislative history;
•    Provide training and bibliographic instruction in the effective use of the Library’s print, microform and online law collections;
•    Serve as a liaison and maintain contact with other law librarians in the NYS Unified Court system and NYS Department of Law; and
•    Proactively promote the Library’s law resource and research services to the legal community, courts, State agencies and general public.
Minimum Qualifications:
Reassignment: Candidates must have one year of permanent competitive or 55b/c service as a Senior Librarian (Reference).Eligible List Appointment: Candidates must be reachable on the Senior Librarian (Reference) or Librarian 1 eligible list.  If you are on the Civil Service eligible list for this title, you may receive a canvass letter.  You must complete and return it as instructed on the letter.

Conditions of Employment: This will be a permanent appointment.  Promotions may change an appointees’ negotiating unit.  Applicants should be aware that changes in negotiating units may affect their salary, insurance and other benefits.  Verification of degree and/or transcripts will be required for all candidates at the time of interview.  The work schedule for this position includes flexible hours of Monday through Friday (8:30 or 9:00am – 5:00pm) with rotating Saturdays. This position may be filled as a traineeship.  The salary above applies to candidates appointed to Senior Librarian (Reference), SG-19.  The hiring rate for candidates appointed to Librarian 1 starts at $48,027 and, for current NYS employees, is based on the candidate’s salary at the time of hire.  Appointments made from the Library 1 eligible list will serve a two-year traineeship leading to the SG-19 salary level.
*Leads to a maximum salary of $75,785 based on annual performance advances.
Application:
Qualified candidates should send a letter of interest and resume by January 30, 2020 to ocejobs@nysed.gov (e-mail submissions are preferred).  You must indicate the Box number (OCE-1168/80073) of the position in the subject line of your email and cover letter to ensure receipt of your application.

Posted 1-14-20


Shelver, Great Neck Library

For the Main Library

The Great Neck Library seeks a detail-oriented individual to shelve library materialsand maintain shelf order.

Must have excellent alphanumeric skills.

In addition to daily shelving tasks, this position will require moving books, using carts, to organize the collection.

Position involves standing, bending and the ability to lift up to 15 lbs.

Starting Salary: $13.00/ Hour
10-20 hrs per week
Flexible Schedule

Resumes/Applications should be emailed to employment@greatnecklibrary.org by January 24, 2020

The Great Neck Library is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Posted 1-10-20


Assistant Librarian for Access and Outreach Services

Mount Saint Mary College seeks an innovative, dynamic, and self-motivated individual to join a collaborative and collegial team of library faculty and support staff committed to the continuous improvement of library resources and services.  Position reports to the Director of the Library.  

Leads a staff of three in the delivery of front-line library services: circulation, interlibrary loan, course reserves, stacks maintenance, and student staff management.  Sets policy for, implements innovations in, and assesses the quality and effectiveness of all access services areas.  Mediates difficult circulation problems with library users.  Develops and maintains web pages that support access services.  Develops the library schedule throughout the year.

As liaison to designated academic programs, teaches information literacy sessions, selects library materials, and conducts research consultations within these disciplines.  Serves as instruction team member in First Year Experience program.  Provides general reference service.

Promotes and publicizes library resources, services, and events through the library web page, social media, digital signage, email, and print.  Creates marketing materials independently and in conjunction with the MSMC Marketing Department.  Collaborates with faculty and staff across campus and within the library to plan and carry out diverse events relevant to MSMC academic programs.  Coordinates the library’s overall web site and social media efforts, as well as its digital signage and room reservations systems.  Conducts website usability testing.

Collaborates with Residence Life on educational and cultural programming.  Works with Admissions, as primary library contact, for open house, library tours, and student/parent orientations.  Responsible for exhibits and displays within the library.

Required Qualifications

·        Master’s degree in library/information science from an ALA-accredited program.

·        Knowledge of access services functions.

·        Experience teaching information literacy skills and familiarity with the ACRL information literacy framework.

·        Demonstrated proficiency with desktop publishing/graphics software (minimally MS Publisher) to create marketing materials.

·        Experience in creating or maintaining web site content.

·        Demonstrated public relations and promotional ability.

·        Personable and outgoing demeanor, a “people person,” able to establish a quick rapport with students and faculty.

·        Familiarity with emerging technologies and trends in higher education.

·        Strong technology skills and the ability to adapt to changing technological environments.

·        Excellent written and oral communication skills.

·       Ability to work independently and collaboratively with library faculty and support staff, as well as the greater campus community, and to show initiative in fulfilling responsibilities.

·        Effective organizational and project management skills.

·        Flexibility in covering reference desk and instruction schedules.

·        Demonstrated supervisory experience.

Preferred Qualifications

·        Knowledge of the III Sierra integrated library system.

·        Experience in providing academic reference service.

·        Knowledge of website usability testing.

·        Experience in developing a social media presence for professional purposes

·        Knowledge of collection development tools, techniques, and strategies.

Appointment

This is a 12-month, tenure-track position.  To earn promotion and tenure, library faculty must meet performance expectations for teaching effectiveness, research and scholarship, and service to college and community.  Competitive benefits package including four weeks’ vacation and MSMC tuition benefits.  Salary commensurate with experience.

Kaplan Family Library and Learning Center at Mount Saint Mary College

The Kaplan Family Library and Learning Center is a user-centered organization of six librarians and seven support staff whose focus is connecting students and faculty with information and ideas.  Teaching and personal service are central to the library mission, along with a commitment to student learning and success.  Kaplan Library boasts a beautifully designed space that offers convenient access to collections along with a wide variety of workspace options.  Read the library mission statement.

Mount Saint Mary College is an independent liberal arts institution with a rich Catholic Dominican tradition.  Located in the scenic Hudson Valley, about 60 miles north of New York City, the campus occupies a beautiful spot overlooking the Hudson River. The college enrolls approximately 2,200 full- and part-time undergraduate and graduate students and offers bachelor and master degree programs in nursing, business, education, social services, communication and media, the liberal arts, and more.  Read more about the college.

MSMC is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer and is committed to a diverse campus community.

Application

Please submit a letter of application, a resume or curriculum vitae, and the names and contact information for at least three professional references via the MSMC Online Application System.  Include in your letter a brief statement of your philosophy of academic librarianship, referring to the areas of specialization required in this position.

Review begins immediately and will continue until position is filled. 

Posted 1-9-20 (60)


Adult Services Librarian / Catskill, NY

The Catskill Public Library is searching for a dynamic, creative, positive, energetic, people-person to fill a Full-Time Adult Services Librarian Position.

Required: A Master's Degree in Library Science from an ALA-accredited institution with at least two (2) years of professional library experience.

The Catskill Public Library is a Carnegie Library built in 1901 and located in upstate New York in the Catskill Mountain region. The Palenville Branch Library is located in the hamlet of Palenville, America’s first artist colony. The libraries serve a combined population of approximately 13,000.

General responsibilities include

· Establishing positive working relationships with coworkers, library users, community organizations as well as acting as liaison for library services

· Assisting library users with all manner of technology

· Providing reference and reader's advisory services to all library users

· Performing database searches and assisting others in such searches

· Designing and producing public relations and library-instructional materials

· Keeping informed of professional developments through literature, System meetings, workshops, continuing-education opportunities and participation in professional organizations

Adult-Services specific responsibilities include

· Advocating for and empowering adults both in-house and in the community

· Planning and implementing programs, both in-house and in the community

· Evaluating, developing and maintaining collections as well as selecting, processing and cataloging materials

· Developing and conducting library tours, presentations and outreach

· Seeking and implementing grant-funding

Skills, Abilities, & Personal Characteristics

· Knowledge of the modern principles and practices of library science

· Knowledge of and comfort with computer technology, mobile and hand-held devices and online database systems

· Excellent verbal and written communication skills with all age groups, skill-levels and temperaments

· Ability to think critically to understand the needs of library users

· Ability to function as a team member

· Ability to work independently

· Tact and courtesy in dealing with staff and the public

· Ability to work evenings (until 8pm) and occasional weekends

The ideal candidate will be friendly, approachable, customer-focused, and open-minded with a genuine passion for community and customer service; someone inspiring and capable of being inspired, who can as see the silver lining regardless of situation. An unshakeable positive attitude is a plus.

Special Requirements: Eligibility for a New York State Public Librarian's professional certificate at the time of application or possession of certificate at the time of appointment.

Salary range: $50,000 – 54,000 / year

Benefits include paid vacation, sick time and health insurance contribution.

This is a Civil Service Position.

Position is open until filled.

Please email a cover letter, resume and at least three professional references to Library Director, Sue Ray at ASL2020@catskillpubliclibrary.org  Subject Heading: “Adult Services Librarian”

Former applicants may apply.

Posted 1-9-20


Youth Services Librarian, Catskill Public Library

The Catskill Public Library is searching for a dynamic, creative, positive, energetic, people-person to fill a Full-Time Youth Services Librarian position.

Requirements: A Master's Degree in Library Science from an ALA-accredited institution with at least two (2) years of professional library experience.

The Catskill Public Library, built in 1901, is a Carnegie Library located in upstate New York in the Catskill Mountain region. The Palenville Branch Library is located in Palenville, NY, America’s first artist colony. The Library serves a population of approximately 13,000.

General responsibilities include:

· Establishing positive working relationships with coworkers, library users, community organizations as well as acting as liaison for library services

· Assisting library users with all manner of technology

· Providing reference and reader's advisory services to all library users

· Performing database searches and assisting others in such searches

· Designing and producing public relations and library-instructional materials

· Keeping informed of professional developments through literature, System meetings, workshops, continuing-education opportunities and participation in professional organizations

Youth Services-specific responsibilities include:

· Advocating for and empowering youths, both in-house and in the community

· Planning and implementing youth programs (infants to age 17), both in-house and in the community

· Evaluating, developing and maintaining children’s and young adult collections as well as selecting, processing and cataloging materials

· Developing and conducting library tours, presentations and outreach

· Seeking and implementing grant-funding

· Being comfortable stepping into already existing youth services programs

Skills, Abilities, & Personal Characteristics:

· Knowledge of the modern principles and practices of library science

· Knowledge of and comfort with computer technology, mobile and hand-held devices and on-line database systems

· Excellent verbal and written communication skills with all age groups, skill-levels and temperaments

· Ability to think critically to understand the needs of library users

· Ability to function as a team member

· Ability to work independently

· Tact and courtesy in dealing with staff and the public

· Ability to work evenings and occasional weekends

The ideal candidate will be friendly, approachable, customer-focused, and open-minded with a genuine passion for working with kids and teens. Someone inspiring and capable of being inspired, who can as see the silver lining regardless of situation. An unshakeable positive attitude is a plus.

Special Requirements: Eligibility for a New York State Public Librarian's professional certificate at the time of application or possession of certificate at the time of appointment.

Salary range: $50,000 - 54,000 / year

Benefits include paid vacation, sick time and health insurance contribution.

This is a Civil Service Position.

Please email a cover letter, resume and at least three professional references to Library Director, Sue Ray at YSL2020@catskillpubliclibrary.org Subject Heading: "Youth Services Librarian”

Former applicants may apply.

Position is open until filled.

Posted 1-9-20


1 Part-time / 1 Full-time Library Clerk, Oswego Public Library

Oswego Public Library (Oswego NY) seeks candidates for the 2 open positions of Library Clerk. Part time Library Clerk for 24 hours and Library Clerk Full time for 35 hours. The individual in each position is responsible for helping patrons with the use of computers, assisting the Children’s Program Coordinator in conducting programs, answering phones, registering patrons for library services, sorting materials, preparing materials for processing, straightening and organizing, making photocopies and assisting with data entry. Candidates must demonstrate computer proficiency, provide excellent customer service and be adept at working with a wide variety of patrons and skills.

Minimum qualifications:
Graduation from high school or possession of a high school equivalency diploma and 6 months experience working in a library or office setting. Documented Volunteer work may be accepted towards meeting paid library/office experience.

Salary range depending on experience ($12.05-$12.25)

Benefits included. References upon request

All positions are subject to Civil Service regulations.

To apply: Send application, resume and letter of interest stating why you would like to work at the library to :

Oswego Public Library
Personnel Committee
120 East Second Street
Oswego, NY 13126

Review of candidate will begin January 20th and continue until the positions are filled. Applications can be picked up at 120 E 2nd Street or on line at www.oswegopubliclibrary.org.

Carol Ferlito, Director Oswego Public Library 120 East Second Street Oswego, NY 13126 315.341.5867

Posted 1-9-20


Librarian II - Youth Services Department, Town of Ballston Community Library

TOWN OF BALLSTON COMMUNITY LIBRARY TEMPORARY OPPORTUNITY

Librarian IIYouth Services Department3 Month Duration –Extension Possible

General  Statement  of  Duties: Under  the  supervision  of  the  Library  Director  of  the  Town  of Ballston  Community  Library this  position  focuses  on  providing  library  services  to  children  and teens ages 0-18.  Participates in library leadership team.

Job Description:Provides library service to children, teens and adults, including managing a busy Youth Services room; prepares for and conducts story times and other youth programs; assists in maintaining the department’s collections; promotes use of library materials and services; performs  outreach  to  schools  and  community  agencies  as  needed; oversees  a  robust  summer reading program;and performs other duties as assigned.Responsible for the library supervision in the absence of the Director and Head of Adult Services Librarian.

Required Skills and Abilities:Passion for and knowledge of children’s and young adult literature; familiarity with current library technologies; the ability to perform both independently and as a team  member;  experience  in  planning  and  conducting  children’s  programming; excellent customer  service  and  communication  skills;  enthusiasm,  courtesy,  flexibility  and  a  sense  of humor.

Preferred  Skills:Knowledge  of  Polaris integrated  library  system, WordPress,  Evanced/SignUp calendar software, Beanstack Reading Challenge software, and Microsoft Publisher.

Minimum  Qualifications: A Master’sDegree  in Librarianship  from  a  library  school  that  is accredited by the American Library Association or registered by the NYS Education Department AND two (2) years of professional library experience.

Special Requirement: Eligibility for New York State Public Librarian’s Professional Certificate at the time of application for appointment. Possession of certificate at the time of appointment.

Work Schedule:35 hours a week, including Monday eveningsand rotating Saturdays.

Expected start of March 2020.

Salary:$25.00/hour

Deadline:Until filledPlease submit cover letter, resume and three professional references to:Colleen E. Smith, DirectorTown of Ballston Community Library2 Lawmar LaneBurnt Hills, NY 12027csmith@sals.edu(518) 399-8174 ext. 301

Posted 1-8-20


Library Media Specialist PK-12, Germantown Central School District

Job ID:GRMN0166931-7020

Job Description:
Germantown Central School District has a Library Media Specialist (LMS) vacancy. The LMS will oversee two libraries (each with a Library Aide assigned to it) within a single PK-12 building. The LMS will provide instruction to PK-12 students in computer skills, coding and all aspects of digital citizenship. The LMS will collaborate with other educators to implement the district's Instructional Technology Plan. The position begins as soon as possible.

Application Deadline:01/24/2020

Start Date:01/07/2020

Apply online: https://olasjobs.org/JobDetails?jobNumber=GRMN0166931-7020

Posted 1-8-20


Full Time Librarian, Rye Free Reading Room

Position Title: Instructional Librarian
Looking to connect community interests to activities and educational opportunities?
Passionate about digital and information literacy for all ages?
Excited to lead technology classes for children, teens, and adults?

Summary
Under the direct supervision of the Assistant Director, the Instructional Librarian is responsible for providing exemplary service to library patrons. The Instructional Librarian plans and executes classes and programs for all ages; collaborates with community partners to support the personal and academic learning interest of the community; engages in library advocacy through public interaction; provides general reference and information services; readers’ advisory; and orders material for the print and AV collections. The Instructional Librarian assists patrons using the library; resolves problems; and, acts as a role model for exemplary public service among staff and colleagues.

Schedule
36 hours per week, evenings and weekends as required, schedule subject to change

Qualifications
• ALA accredited Master’s degree in Library and Information Studies
• Strong interpersonal skills, demonstrated oral and written communication skills, flexibility, and the ability to handle detail orientated work
• Strong commitment to public service and the ability to work well with a diverse patronage
• Knowledge and interest in technology, including computer programming and mobile devices.
• Commitment to teaching in individual consultations, group workshops, and virtual interactions.

To apply:
Please send a resume and cover letter to director@ryelibrary.org
Compensation and Benefits
Pay Range: $62,583 - $74,793
Benefits include medical and dental insurance, paid time off, and enrollment in the New York State Retirement System.

Posted 1-8-20


Library Director, Vestal Public Library

The Board of Trustees of the Vestal Public Library, Vestal, NY seeks an energetic and dedicated leader to serve as a full-time Library Director.

The Vestal Public Library, an independent school district library, is funded by and provides library service to nearly 29,000 residents of the Vestal Central School District. Vestal has a rich history and strong sense of community and takes pride in its excellent school system. Located near the Susquehanna River, Vestal offers a high quality of life and the convenience of easy access to the Triple Cities.

The Vestal Public Library Director will be expected to:
•    Lead and inspire the staff and the library in a highly professional manner, fostering teamwork, collaboration and trust
•    Advocate for the library and cultivate community partnerships
•    Continue to move the library forward to best serve the needs of the community

This opportunity requires an individual with the following qualities:
•    High-level, proven public library leadership and budget experience
•    A sense of humor, intellectual curiosity and an eagerness to explore new ideas
•    Political savvy with well-developed skills at building and strengthening relationships with the community

Additional requirements:
•    Master of Library Science degree from an ALA accredited school
•    Experience as a director or a public library leadership role with financial responsibilities
•    Meet Library Director III Civil Service requirements (see attached job description)

To apply for this position, please submit the following using the contact information below.  
•    Cover letter
•    Current resume
•    Three (3) professional references
•    Email submission is preferable. Please include your last name in the title of any attached files and VPL Director in the subject line of your email.

Salary range is between $68,000 and $80,000 and will be based on experience and qualifications.

All inquiries should be directed to:
Jill Gardner, Senior Personnel Associate
Broome County Personnel Department
Broome County Office Building
P.O. Box 1766
Binghamton, NY 13902
Office:(607)778-2274   Fax:(607)778-6117
jgardner@co.broome.ny.us

Posted 1-8-20


Children’s Librarian at Cos Cob (Pt 15 hrs./wk.)

Planning and conducting programs for pre-school and school aged children. Responsible for providing quality patron service to children, their caregivers and other adults working with children. Plan and implement a variety of weekly programs for pre-school and school aged children. Assist in collection development/maintenance. Promote reading through displays, booklists, book talks, and programs. Performs other related duties as assigned. This position is located at the Cos Cob Branch of the Greenwich Library, at 5 Sinawoy Road, Cos Cob, CT 06807.

Master's Degree in Library Science from an ALA accredited college or university (preferred) or Master's Degree in Library Science in progress, with a focus on children's librarianship; One year of experience in library services for children or other closely related field; Strong background in children's literature and knowledge of early childhood development; Flexible schedule with ability to work mornings, afternoons, evenings, and weekends. Special Necessary Requirement: Master's Degree in Library Science from an ALA accredited college or university, or must possess the degree within seven months of appointment to the position.

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: Excellent interpersonal skills and love working with children of all ages. Excellent reader's advisory skills experience and research skills in children's literature for pre-school and elementary school children. Demonstrated programming skills and experience. Provide reference and reader's advisory services to all users. Instruct patrons in use of library material, print and electronic resources. Proficient technology and computer skills to assist patrons. Familiarity with Integrated Library System (ILS) operations, word processing, email, internet searching. Ability to perform the physical requirements of the position including, carrying books, light to moderate equipment, moving other equipment.

Detailed information about the Town as well as the job description and requirements are available on the Town’s website www.greenwichct.org HR Department, 101 Field Point Road, Greenwich, CT 06830.

The Town complies with all applicable federal and state laws regarding nondiscrimination, equal opportunity, affirmative action, and providing reasonable accommodations for person with disabilities. If you require an accommodation to participate, please contact HR Analyst at 203-618-3069 or Jessica.arnemann@greenwichct.org as soon as possible in advance of the event.

Apply directly on our website

Posted 1-7-20


Head of Adult Services, Valley Cottage Library

Join a dynamic workforce with this opportunity to lead!

This is your chance to join the friendliest staff and library in Rockland County, as described by our patrons. Valley Cottage Library, located in a nearby suburb of NYC, is a renowned community resource serving the 23,000 residents of the Nyack School District. We are seeking a highly motivated, enthusiastic, and forward-thinking individual to manage and lead a vibrant Adult Services Department.

The ideal candidate will be an innovative and creative problem solver; an experienced leader and manager with a proven track record of motivating and developing staff as well as an able communicator. They will lead a department of three full-time and five part-time librarians in not only traditional library services but also creative programming and innovative technology. The Library is embarking on the implementation of its latest Plan of Service and as such the Head of Adult Services will be part of the implementation team.

Minimum qualifications required:

· MLIS (or equivalent) from an ALA accredited program

· NYS Public Library Certificate at time of hire

· Minimum of 3 years of progressively responsible experience including 1-2 years managerial/department head level experience in a public library

· Mastery of Microsoft Office programs and all digital platforms relevant to library service

· Ability to work with diverse people of all ages, including staff, volunteers and the public

· Ability to apply, enhance and promote new technology services of the department and the library. Candidate must adapt readily to changing software, programs and processes.

Responsibilities include:

· Acquisition, development and maintenance of the adult collections

· Overseeing the judicious use of the Adult Services materials and programming budgets

· Selecting, training, scheduling and conducting performance evaluations for department staff

· Technology troubleshooting and training of department staff

· Attending continuing education programs and workshops suitable to professional growth and grant writing

· Overseeing some aspects of adult public programs

· Building community partnerships

· The ability to think differently and find opportunities for fun in the library

The Head of Adult Services is expected to work one evening per week and one Saturday per month. A generous benefits package includes paid medical, vision and dental insurance, flexible spending account, paid vacation and sick leave, and participation in a 403B matching plan.

Salary range: $60,000-$68,000 depending upon qualifications.

If you possess a passion to work in a team-based and customer-focused environment that strives to provide excellent services to the community at large apply now!

A completed employment application is required and can be obtained at www.valleycottagelibrary.org under ‘About->Jobs at VCL’. Please email the completed application, a resume and a cover letter with cover letter highlighting your experience to the attention of Christy Blanchette, Assistant Director at vclsearchcommittee@rcls.org.

Applications will be accepted until January 21, 2020. Earliest applications will garner first priority.

No telephone calls please.

Valley Cottage Library is an equal opportunity employer.

Posted 1-7-20


On-Call Librarians, GREAT NECK LIBRARY

Or Librarian Trainees Skills Required:

ALA Accredited MLS, or advanced MLS candidate.

Must work well with people.

Strong knowledge of computers, electronic reference sources and Readers’ Advisory.

General Branch (Adult/Children’s/Reference) experience preferred

On Call Substitute Hours Only Reply with resume, cover letter and three references via email by January 31, 2020 to: Director’s Office Great Neck Library 159 Bayview Avenue Great Neck, NY 11023-1938 employment@greatnecklibrary.org

No phone calls please. The Great Neck Library is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Posted 1-7-20


LIBRARY DIRECTOR, Part-Time, Grafton Community Library

Grafton, NY

Grafton Community Library, a small rural free association library located in eastern Rensselaer County, seeks an energetic, creative individual for the position of Library Director.  This is a part-time position scheduled to work 24 hours per week, including some evenings and Saturdays.  The position requires a candidate who is a team leader who can work together with an experienced staff, the library board, and local community groups.  The position requires a candidate with excellent communication, interpersonal, and computer skills.  Experience in library collection and program development, staff and volunteer supervision, and facility management is highly desirable.  A degree in library science or a related field will be considered a plus, as will fundraising and grant writing skills.  Starting salary is $20,000.  A copy of the job description is available on the library’s website, graftoncommunitylibrary.org.  Please send resumes to the Search Committee at graftonnylib@gmail.com by January 20, 2020.

Posted 1-7-20


PART TIME REFERENCE LIBRARIANS, THE HAMPTON LIBRARY IN BRIDGEHAMPTON

2478 Main Street, Bridgehampton, NY 11932
Salary to commensurate with experience. Those currently enrolled in an ALA accredited Library Science program are encouraged to apply.

Send your Resume & Cover Letter to:
Kelly A. Harris,
Executive Director
kharris@hamptonlibrary.org
Please type: Part Time Reference Librarian in the subject line.
Only resumes submitted as pdf files will be considered.
Application Deadline:
January 27, 2020

Posted 1-7-20


Part Time Youth Services Librarian - THE HAMPTON LIBRARY IN BRIDGEHAMPTON

2478 Main Street, Bridgehampton, NY 11932

Do you believe in the magic of books?
The power of play?
Do you like to color?
Get messy?
Love working with children?
Do you sing? Recite rhymes?
Are you handy with a puppet?

If so, You may be perfect to join our team!
Includes evenings & weekends

Starting salary $30.00/hr for applicants with an ALA accredited Master’s degree in Library & Information Science.
Library school students will be considered and pay rate with commensurate with completed course work.

Send your Resume & Cover Letter to:
Kelly A. Harris,
Executive Director
kharris@hamptonlibrary.org
Please type: Part Time Youth Librarian in the subject line.
Only resumes submitted as pdf files will be considered.
Application Deadline:
January 27, 2020

Posted 1-7-20


Head of Adult Services, Valley Cottage Library

Join a dynamic workforce with this opportunity to lead!
 
This is your chance to join the friendliest staff and library in Rockland County, as described by our patrons. Valley Cottage Library, located in a nearby suburb of NYC, is a renowned community resource serving the 23,000 residents of the Nyack School District. We are seeking a highly motivated, enthusiastic, and forward-thinking individual to manage and lead a vibrant Adult Services Department.
 
The ideal candidate will be an innovative and creative problem solver; an experienced leader and manager with a proven track record of motivating and developing staff as well as an able communicator. They will lead a department of three full-time and five part-time librarians in not only traditional library services but also creative programming and innovative technology. The Library is embarking on the implementation of its latest Plan of Service and as such the Head of Adult Services will be part of the implementation team.
 
Minimum qualifications required:
•    MLIS (or equivalent) from an ALA accredited program
•    NYS Public Library Certificate at time of hire
•    Minimum of 3 years of progressively responsible experience including 1-2 years managerial/department head level experience in a public library
•    Mastery of Microsoft Office programs and all digital platforms relevant to library service
•    Ability to work with diverse people of all ages, including staff, volunteers and the public
•    Ability to apply, enhance and promote new technology services of the department and the library. Candidate must adapt readily to changing software, programs and processes.

Responsibilities include:
•    Acquisition, development and maintenance of the adult collections
•    Overseeing the judicious use of the Adult Services materials and programming budgets
•    Selecting, training, scheduling and conducting performance evaluations for department staff
•    Technology troubleshooting and training of department staff
•    Attending continuing education programs and workshops suitable to professional growth and grant writing
•    Overseeing some aspects of adult public programs
•    Building community partnerships
•    The ability to think differently and find opportunities for fun in the library

The Head of Adult Services is expected to work one evening per week and one Saturday per month. A generous benefits package includes paid medical, vision and dental insurance, flexible spending account, paid vacation and sick leave, and participation in a 403B matching plan.
 
Salary range: $60,000-$68,000 depending upon qualifications.
 
If you possess a passion to work in a team-based and customer-focused environment that strives to provide excellent services to the community at large apply now!
 
A completed employment application is required and can be obtained at www.valleycottagelibrary.org under ‘About->Jobs at VCL’.  Please email the completed application, a resume and a cover letter with cover letter highlighting your experience to the attention of Christy Blanchette, Assistant Director at vclsearchcommittee@rcls.org.
Applications will be accepted until January 21, 2020. Earliest applications will garner first priority.
No telephone calls please.
Valley Cottage Library is an equal opportunity employer.

Posted 1-7-20


NY Public Library - Manager, School-Age Children’s Programming

Location US-NY-Manhattan

Job ID
    2019-11080

# of Openings Remaining
    1

Type
    Full-Time

Department
    CHPRG Children's Programming

Overview

The NYPL’s Youth Education Department creates program models and curricula that it trains and supports branch staff to provide throughout its neighborhood branches, contracts with outside providers to offer cultural and other programming that is deployed to its neighborhood branches, and serves as general informational, training and coaching support for all staff interfacing with children and youth.
Principal Responsibilities

Reporting to the Associate Director of Branch Youth Education, the Manager of School Age Children’s Programming will:

    Manage the system-wide Summer Reading Challenge for children aged 0-18, in collaboration with the Early Literacy and Young Adult Managers.
    Develop and implement cross-disciplinary collections and exhibitions-based workshop program series in neighborhood branches.
    Develop and implement monthly high profile author programming in the branches.
    Direct oversight of paid and unpaid vendor school-age children’s programming unit.
    Reinforce a uniform vision of innovative children’s programming throughout the branch system and online that integrates the Library’s special collections and exhibitions, including the new Children’s Library at the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Library (SNFL).
    Develop and implement system-wide staff led children’s programming guidelines and policies, in collaboration with other programming managers and support departments.
    With the Manager of Early Literacy, responsible for leading the children’s librarian community of practice including the daily work of the google group, three times a year network meetings, and twice a year systemwide meetings.
    Partner with HR to develop training that is designed and delivered to support librarians' programming skills for this age group in age specialty training and for staff to lead specific programs and series
    Liaise with the NYPL’s Associate Directors, library managers and branch staff to identify current and emerging engagement needs of children’s populations, including multicultural groups and immigrant populations.
    Supervise and develop a Children’s Educational Programming Coordinator and Page.
    Oversee the preparation of print and web program publicity.
    Develop and cultivate collaborative partnerships with City and State government officials, CBOs, prospective donors and other library systems to promote the library system and generate support for funding.
    Work with the Associate Director of Branch Youth Education and the Development Office to develop funding proposals and administer grant funding.
    Attend professional meetings; maintain active membership in state and national library associations; participate in activities of professional organizations; keep informed on current trends and developments affecting libraries.
    Perform related duties as required.

Required Education & Experience

    MLS and at least three years’ experience designing and delivering educational programs for children aged 6-12.
    Experience working with, advocating for and serving diverse populations
    Must include a minimum of one year of supervisory experience and prior experience with project management, and budget/grant management.

Minimum Qualifications

Excellent communication and interpersonal skills
Preferred Qualifications

    Spanish or Chinese language skills preferred
    Experience with vendor and contract process

All team members are expected and encouraged to embody the NYPL Core Values:

    Be Helpful to patrons and colleagues
    Be Resourceful in solving problems
    Be Curious in all aspects of your work

Work Environment

    Office setting
    Public library setting

Physical Duties

    Limited physical effort is required
    Light lifting may be required
    Will require travel within NYC
    Will require semi-annual travel nationally to conferences

Hours
35 hours per week
Union / Non Union
Non Union

Apply Online

Posted 1/6/20


Librarian II -Head of Youth Services - Mahopac Public Library

668 Route 6 Mahopac, NY  10541

We will look to you to design informal learning opportunities that create magical experiences for babies, children and tweens.  If you are a person with knowledge and experience with collections and innovative programming for babies through tweens, love working with children, have a friendly and approachable style, and are excited about the prospect of growing and learning in a changing environment, this job is for you.

Responsibilities include:

Required Qualifications:

Necessary Special Requirements

Salary: $28.00/hr.

Email resume and cover letter to: Michele Capozzella, Library Director at director@mahopaclibrary.org by Friday, January 17, 2020.

Note:This  is  a  civil  service  position.   The  chosen  candidate  will  be  provisionally appointedto  the  position.  Permanent  appointment  is  dependent  upon  a  qualifying  score  on  the  Librarian  II  training  and  experience examination to be given in the Summer of 2020.

Posted 1/06


NYU Libraries: Online Instruction Librarian

Description
The NYU Division of Libraries seeks an Online Instruction Librarian to plan, design, and implement user-focused online and distance instruction, reference, and information services. This new tenure-track position will provide outreach and equitable access to library services and resources to all NYU online students and faculty, including all constituents at NYU’s Global Academic Centers. This newly created position is located in the Undergraduate and Instructional Services (UIS) Department and reports to the Head of UIS. NYU Libraries seeks candidates dedicated to upholding and advancing their core values of inclusio n, diversity, belonging, and equity, as well as communication and assessment.

Responsiblities
Develop and maintain partnerships within NYU Libraries, Office of Online Programs, Office of Global Programs, and across NYU’s departmental and administrative programs in support of library online learning
Plan, develop, distribute, and assess blended and online library teaching and learning services and objects to all NYU online programs and global campuses and users
Coordinate formal and informal instruction and information literacy programs for distance library users and global campuses in conjunction with UIS, IT, Libraries User Experience, Libraries Access, Delivery & Resource Sharing Services, and subject liaisons
Ensure usability and accessibility standards within all blended and online teaching and learning services and objects through the application of Universal Design for Learning principles
Contribute to instruction and reference initiatives and services, both in person and online
Contribute to state, regional, and national committees and participate in research, publication, and other professional and scholarly activities

 To see the full job description and qualifications for the role, go to http://apply.interfolio.com/72339

At the Division of Libraries, we are proud of our organizational culture and we are committed to building and sustaining a diverse, inclusive, and equitable organization that supports a sense of belonging for the staff and communities we serve. For more see http://library.nyu.edu/about/general/values/, and our Diversity and Inclusion Values Statement,
https://library.nyu.edu/about/general/values/diversity-inclusion/

About New York University Libraries
Libraries at New York University serve the school’s 60,000 students and faculty and contain more than 5.9 million volumes. The Libraries supports NYU’s vision to become the first true Global Network University by collaborating with and providing services to our 11 global academic centers and our “portal campuses” in Abu Dhabi and Shanghai. New York University Libraries is a member of the Association of Research Libraries, the OCLC Research Library Partnership, and the HathiTrust. The Libraries participate in a variety of consortia and collaborate closely with Columbia University Libraries and the New York Public Library through the Manhattan Research Library Consortium.  

Salary/Benefits: Tenure-track faculty status, attractive benefits package including five weeks annual vacation. Rank based on qualifications. Salary commensurate with experience and background.

To Apply:  To ensure consideration, submit your CV and letter of application, including the name, address, and telephone number of three professional references to http://apply.interfolio.com/72339 Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

EOE/AA/Minorities/Females/Vet/Disabled/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity

Posted 1/06


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Teen Services Librarian

West Nyack Free Library

The West Nyack Free Library is seeking a Part-time Teen Services Librarian with excellent customer service skills.   

The ideal candidate will enjoy working with young adults and have knowledge or experience with age-appropriate reading materials.

Responsibilities:

This position reports to the Head of Public Services.

Requirements:
MLS and NYS Public Librarian Certificate

Salary & Hours:

To Apply:
For this position, please complete an application and submit it with a resume and cover letter to administrator@westnyacklibrary.org. Employment applications can be found on the West Nyack Free Library website under Library Information. Applications will be accepted until January 31st.

Posted 12/18